Speaking with Collider, Shawn Levy revealed some vital details about the status of “Shadow and Bone.” Levy, perhaps best known for his directorial work on films such as “Night at the Museum” and the upcoming “Free Guy,” runs his own production company, 21 Laps Entertainment. The studio has produced film and television projects, with their most notable being “Stranger Things.”
“Scripts written, heading into production shortly, in great shape, very much favorable to the characters in the world that we built and the Grishaverse that was put on screen in Season 1,” Levy told Collider. He went on to say that creator Eric Heisserer would remain the showrunner, hopefully keeping strong leadership in place for the production of the next set of episodes.
While Levy didn’t have much more to share about what was happening with “Shadow and Bone,” he did reiterate that Season 2 was “getting kind of dangerously close to heading into production.” With the scripts done, cast members already assembled, and a successful first season behind them, it shouldn’t be too long before fans find about filming details and a possible release window for the next chapter of “Shadow and Bone.”